The Limitations of Reward Effects on Saccade Latencies: An Exploration of Task-Specificity and Strength
Saccadic eye movements are simple, visually guided actions. Operant conditioning of specific saccade directions can reduce the latency of eye movements in the conditioned direction. However, it is not clear to what extent this learning transfers from the conditioned task to novel tasks. The purpose...
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